NPA definition

NPA is also sometimes referred to as an area code. It is a unique three-digit indicator that is defined by the "A," "B" and "C" digits of each 10-digit telephone number within the NANP. Each NPA contains 800 possible NXX Codes. There are two (2) general categories of NPA. "Geographic NPA" is associated with a defined geographic area and all telephone numbers bearing such NPA are associated with services provided within that geographic area. A "Non-Geographic NPA," also known as a "Service Access Code" (SAC Code), is typically associated with a specialized Telecommunications Service which may be provided across multiple geographic NPA areas; 500, Toll Free Service NPAs, 700, and 900 are examples of Non-Geographic NPAs.
NPA or the “Number Plan Area” also referred to as an “area code” refers to the three digit code which precedes the NXX in a dialing sequence and identifies the general calling area within the North American Numbering Plan scope to which a call is to be routed (i.e., NPA/NXX-XXXX).

Examples of NPA in a sentence

This may include keeping NPA for the period that is necessary to pursue our legitimate business interests, conduct audits, comply with (and demonstrate compliance with) legal obligations, resolve disputes and enforce our agreements.

Mrwebi from their positions at the NPA, in a message to Parliament within 14 days after such removal if Parliament is then in session or, if Parliament is not then in session, within 14 days after the commencement of its next ensuing session.

In the present case, as we find that the account of the ‘Corporate Debtor’ was declared NPA on 31st October, 2002 and decree was passed on 19th June, 2009/ 31st August, 2009, we hold that the application under Section 7 filed by ‘M/s.

In respect of restructuring plans implemented as per Clause 2 above, asset classification of borrowers classified as standard may be retained as such, whereas the accounts which may have slipped into NPA category between April 1, 2021 and date of implementation may be upgraded as ‘standard asset’, as on the date of implementation of the restructuring plan.

Lawrence Sithembiso Mrwebi from their positions at the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) of Deputy National Director of Public Prosecutions (DNDPP) and Special Director of Public Prosecutions (SDPP), respectively, in terms of section 12(6)(b) of the National Prosecuting Authority Act 32 of 1998 (“the Act”).

More Definitions of NPA

NPA. Means the Note Purchase Agreement dated as of November 3, 1998 among the Related Trustee (and after the Transfer Date, the Trustee), the Related Other Trustees (and after the Transfer Date, the Other Trustees), the Company, the Escrow Agent, the Escrow Paying Agent and the Subordination Agent, as the same may be amended, supplemented or otherwise modified from time to time, in accordance with its terms.
NPA means numbering plan area, which is the area code for a telephone number. "NXX" refers to the first three digits of a telephone number, which identify the specific telephone company central office that serves that number.
NPA means Numbering Plan Area, referred to as an area code and the three digit indicator that is defined by the “A”, “B” and “C” digits of a 10-digit telephone number within the NANP.
NPA. ’ means the National Prosecuting Authority established in terms of the National Prosecuting Authority Act, 1998 (Act No. 32 of 1998); 10
NPA means the National Pro­ duction Authority.
NPA means the National Ports Authority of South Africa, or its designated representative(s), who is responsible for the development and operation of the Port of Ngqura.
NPA means the Numbering Plan Area code used by the Company to indicate the various geographical areas within the Company’s operating territory.